Nothing says quality and reliability as much as the fact that Sub-Zero was the first company to ever produce freestanding freezers over 70 years ago.
Nowadays, Sub-Zero manufactures a wide range of various food-preservation appliances that can fit any kitchen – refrigerators, freezers, wine coolers, and undercounter refrigeration appliances. Functional, durable and efficient, Sub-Zero refrigerators are a must-have a choice for a premium American kitchen, and it is easy to understand our customers who get upset when their favorite home brand starts showing the signs of wear, quits cooling or develops another fault.
Luckily, most of these faults can be repaired quickly and easily with the help of our professional techs!
Sub-Zero was one of the pioneers of built-in refrigeration and their fridges are still leading premium-class appliances in the USA. Their elegant refrigerators that are often fitted with panel cover may require careful disassembly and diagnostics – and this is why we highly recommend you calling professionals for any refrigerator help you might need. Does your refrigerator fail to maintain the low temperature, or maybe one of the internal fans won’t work? Call us for professional help!
Integrated refrigerators become increasingly popular in many American kitchens – carefully designed to organically fit into the cabinets and drawers, taking the idea of built-in refrigerators to a completely new level! These appliances require extra care if you need them to be moved or even disassembled, making repair somewhat problematic, but not impossible. This is why we recommend calling professional techs if you are looking for repair or maintenance of these appliances.
PRO 48 series refrigerators offer a professional level of refrigeration to your house. These French-door appliances have three evaporator coils, allowing precise control over the temperature in the freezer, main refrigerator, and refrigerated drawers, which are specifically designed to keep produce and other food fresh longer. These refrigerators can be more difficult to diagnose and repair than normal built-in units, but luckily, there is nothing impossible for our techs!
We will take your call and guide you along with the next steps of solving your appliance problem.
Our technicians have the knowhow and experience to repair any faulty appliance. Rest assured, when you call us you are in good hands.
We provide upfront estimates with no hidden costs. There is no charge for return visits if needed. We take pride in our work and only use manufacturer suggested replacement parts.
We’ll work hard to make sure you’re getting the appliance repair and customer service that you expect from Denver’s Best Sub Zero Wolf Repair
Call us right away for expert and fast Sub-Zero refrigerator service!
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A preset temperature for Sub-Zero refrigerators is 38 degrees Fahrenheit and 0 degrees F. There is a number of things you have to check with your refrigerator in case you discover it fails to maintain the low temperature. If there is no light in your refrigerator when you open the door you might as well have a problem with the power supply. It could be that the refrigerator was mistakenly unplugged. Make sure that the refrigerator’s breaker is not tripped. Clean the condenser coils – located either behind or at the bottom of your refrigerator. It is important to clean the coils regularly; however, refrigerator owners often ignore this advice. Condenser coils tend to amass a large amount of dust that will significantly reduce the efficiency of your appliance. Most of the time it will result in increased power consumption, however, sometimes this issue can also lead to a significant temperature drop.
Is your ice maker not working? While most of the time there can be a problem with the water line or the ice maker itself, sometimes the solution can be rather simple. Check the control panel of your Sub Zero refrigerator and make sure the “Ice Maker” light is on – icemakers can be turned on and off manually and sometimes the user could turn off the ice maker by accident. Make sure the waterline is properly connected too! Additionally, keep in mind that the first batch of ice produced by your ice maker will be slightly distorted due to the air caught in the waterline. For further diagnostics, we recommend checking the waterline and disassembling the ice maker.
Most of the time frost build-up is related to the unusually high humidity level inside the freezer. The first thing you should do is to make sure that the freezer door is firmly shut and there are no cracks in the door seal. Do not keep the freezer door open for too long – it will let the humid air fill the freezer and significantly raises the temperature inside.